Huddle is #16 in Top 25 Enterprise Portals

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#16 in Top 25 Enterprise Portals


The best alternatives to Huddle are: SharePoint, Microsoft Teams, Slack

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2014. Enterprise cloud collaboration provider Huddle raises $51M

Huddle, the enterprise cloud collaboration provider that competes with the likes of Microsoft’s Office 365, is today announcing that it has raised another $51 million in funding, which was made at a company valuation of between $250 million and $300 million. The reason for Huddle’s success appears to be two-fold: platform and customer base. On the first of these, Huddle was one of the early movers in developing a platform where companies can not only share and exchange files with one another, but also work on them together, with versioning control and other ways of tracking changes built into the platform. Secure services on the platform include Team collaboration, file sharing, task management, social collaboration and mobile collaboration, integrating with a number of third party apps and supporting multiple other platforms including Office, SharePoint, and SalesForce.

2014. Huddle launches secure document publishing patform

Cloud collaboration and content management Huddle unveiled a secure document publishing platform that comes with a full analytics dashboard and helps enterprises measure, track and interact with the files that they share and publish. These capabilities complement its existing intelligent recommendation engine. Through the platform enterprises can publish final, read-only versions of documents to a secure audience and monitor all activities around the files. Once a document has been through the team collaboration stages, is final and ready to be shared across an enterprise, Cochran said, that is when Huddle’s secure publishing platform comes in.